The latest round of rankings has hit the newsstands. In U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of “Best Undergraduate Business Programs,” the Mays program was ranked 30th out of 148 programs. The publication determines its rankings by surveying officials at undergrad programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. B-school deans and senior faculty are also surveyed.

In the Wall Street Journal’s 2002 MBA rankings, the Mays MBA Program was named to second tier of schools. To determine the rankings, the publication surveyed approximately 2,200 corporate recruiters, who rated b-schools on 26 attributes.